Journey Studio will hold year-long programs for 13- to 18-year-olds who want more rigorous training in the theater arts
Journey Theater has several opportunities coming up for young performers, including year-long programs with emphasis on acting and musical theater.
Journey Studio returns with a year-long program designed for students ages 13 to 18 who want more rigorous training in the theater arts. The year-long programs are for those considering pursuing a career in theater or those who want to become more well-rounded performers.
There are two programs for the 2022-23 season: Acting, and Musical Theater.
Auditions for Musical Theater Studio take place Aug. 2. Auditions for Acting Studio will be Aug. 29.
For more details, go to: https://journeytheater.org/classes/studio/
Journey Carolers also is set to return after a successful first year. Carolers will be entertaining local audiences throughout December. This is an acapella ensemble of 10-to-18-year-olds. Auditions take place Aug. 22. See more information here: https://journeytheater.org/shows/journey-carolers-fall-2022/Students enrolled in a Journey class during the fall season are encouraged to audition for a mainstage production of Shrek the Musical, which will be performed in November at Fort Vancouver High School. For more information, go to: https://journeytheater.org/shows/shrek-the-musical-fall-2022/
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